Kovler Center Child Trauma Program (KCCTP) is dedicated to providing high quality trauma-informed, culturally, and linguistically responsive treatment and services to immigrant and refugee youth and families who experienced trauma as a result of war, terrorism, forced migration, family separation, state sponsored torture, and resettlement. KCCTP is a National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) Category III funded center.
KCCTP believes in ensuring those who were impacted by trauma and human rights violations have the opportunity to not only heal, but thrive.
Marjorie Kovler Center is a program of Heartland Alliance International, a global human rights organization implementing programs in nearly a dozen countries. Since 1987, Kovler Center has provided integrated, high-quality mental health, medical, and social services to survivors of politically-sanctioned torture and their families. Kovler Center serves more than 350 survivors of torture from 60 different countries annually.